CodeLock Solutions for the Public Sector

  • NIST 800-218 SSDF Dashboard

    Centralized dashboard for managing and monitoring compliance with NIST 800-218 Software Supply Chain Risk Management Framework.

  • SSDF Tracking & Tracing

    Track and trace software supply chain activities to ensure visibility and accountability.

  • User Role Management

    Efficiently manage user roles and permissions to enforce proper access control.

  • Multi-Factor Authentication

    Implement an extra layer of security by requiring multiple authentication factors for user verification.

  • Conditional Access Control

    Control access to resources based on predefined conditions, ensuring secure and authorized usage.

  • Least Privilege Access Control

    Grant users the minimum privileges necessary to perform their tasks, minimizing potential security risks.

  • Session Activity Logs (Encrypted)

    Capture and securely log session activities for auditing and compliance purposes.

  • User Endpoint Monitoring (Map)

    Monitor and track user endpoints to identify potential risks or anomalies.

  • Report Generation

    Generate detailed reports to analyze software development activities, compliance status, and more.

  • Attestation Generation

    Create attestations to verify the compliance and integrity of software artifacts.

  • User Level Activity Logs (Encrypted)

    Record and encrypt user-specific activity logs for comprehensive audit trails.

  • Activity Log Export

    Export activity logs for further analysis or integration with other systems.

  • Artifact Log Export

    Export logs related to software artifacts, providing visibility into their lifecycle and usage.

  • Risk Modeling

    Assess and model risks associated with the software supply chain, enabling proactive risk management.

  • Graphical Analysis

    Visualize data and perform graphical analysis to gain insights into software development processes and trends.

  • Threat Intelligence

    Incorporate threat intelligence data to enhance risk assessment and mitigation strategies.

  • Repository Connection

    Establish connections with software repositories to facilitate secure code management and version control.

  • Repository Monitoring

    Monitor software repositories for changes, updates, and security vulnerabilities.

  • Command Level Interface (CLI)

    Interact with the system using a command line interface for streamlined and efficient operations.

  • Code Scanning

    Perform automated scanning of code to identify security vulnerabilities or coding issues.

  • Code Review

    Conduct comprehensive code reviews to ensure adherence to coding standards and best practices.

  • Continuous Monitoring

    Continuously monitor software development processes for compliance, security, and quality assurance.

  • Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)

    Create a comprehensive list of software components and dependencies for transparency and risk assessment.

  • Cryptographic Hashes

    Utilize cryptographic hashes to verify the integrity and authenticity of software artifacts.

  • Code Signing

    Apply digital signatures to code, ensuring its authenticity and integrity.

  • Integrity Verification

    Verify the integrity of software artifacts through integrity checks and validation mechanisms.

  • Provenance Data Chain

    Establish a reliable data chain that traces the origin and history of software artifacts.